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Friday, December 9, 2016

Markin asked not to amuse his resignation Bastrykin


The official representative of SK Russian Federation Vladimir Markin, according to media reports, intends to resign from his job, asked “do not tell people” information about the resignation of its leader — the head of the UK Alexander Bastrykin.


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Vladimir Markin

As Markin said to Interfax, RBC information that Bastrykin will retire after the election on 18 September does not cause his confidence: “do Not tell people. What RBC can be sources in the FSB and the TFR, except that among the defendants”.

Recall that, according to RBC obtained from several sources in the presidential administration, the FSB and the Central apparatus of the investigative Committee, Bastrykin’s resignation is a foregone conclusion, although its exact timing is not known. Thus a press-the Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov said that “for the first time hears” about this personnel change.

In place of the head IC sources designate or Deputy Chairman of the Department Igor Krasnov (worked on the case of Markelov and Baburova, and a short time — the investigation of the murder of Boris Nemtsov), or the current Governor of St. Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko.

Markin himself, according to sources “Interfax” in connection with the offensive in November the age limit of stay on service, is considering a move to the company “RusHydro”. The representative of the UK, however, have refused to comment on possible changes in his career.

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